Archive for March 5th, 2011

Paramore fans go crazy in Venezuela

Jeremy Davis (Paramore) recorded this video of the band arriving at the airport in Venezuela.

Phil Collins is retiring from music

In this article Phil Collins is quoted in saying that he can’t continue to play music anymore.

Such Gold tour video #3

Alter The Press posted another tour video from Such Gold. Check out the video here: ATP! Such Gold in Europe – Episode 3 from Chasing Safety Media on Vimeo.

Memphis May Fire album teaser

Watch Memphis May Fire‘s album teaser for their upcoming release The Hollow that hits stores on April 26th via Rise Records.

Panic! At The Disco perform Sacramento

Panic! At The Disco will play at the Radio 94.7 Lounge on March 10th in Sacramento, California. Visit for details on how to win tickets. via PATD Online

Owl City goes track by track

Owl City‘s Adam Young goes track by track on a few choice songs with Spin Magazine discussing his upcoming album All Things Bright and Beautiful. This album is released on May 17th and includes guest appearances from Lights and Breanne Duren for starters. Click here to read.

Alternative Press reviews “Vices & Virtues”

Alternative Press reviewed Panic! At The Disco‘s new album Vices & virtues. AP states that the band is going back to their old roots, and much more. Read the review here.

Danny Worsnop has words for Architects

Recent words have been thrown around from the lead singer of Asking Alexandria, Danny Worsnop, attacking the band Architects (UK). He has stated that Architects (UK) have ripped off Alexisonfire. Read what the singer has to say right here.

Panic! At The Disco is one of the “Legends & Icons”

Toyota has a new project called “Legends & Icons” and Panic! At The Disco is featured as one of the artists. Watch an interview with Brendon Urie here.

Panic! At The Disco make short film

Panic! At The Disco are in the works of a short film. The short film is for Vices & Virtues, you can read the full article here.

Music video: Abandon Kansas “Heaven Come My Way”

Head over to Abandon Kansas’ official website to view their music video for “Heaven Come My Way.”

A Charlie Sheen playlist

As if there hasn’t been enough news about Charlie Sheen floating around lately, Billboard posted a Charlie Sheen playlist on their website. Check it out right here.